Owen Bailey 200 hour certificate en-route to 500

I was considering  doing further  teacher training in India last year
When I was invited to a Vajarasiti class  in Brighton  by a friend.
 
The whole class  left me feeling that I had found something …
 
A practice that was explorative, that went beyond the asanas, a practice that  weaved  yogic philosophy with light heartedness, and also encouraged listening,  trusting  and the truth of this moment …
 
I left feeling that something had changed, opened and inviting me, softly, like an invitation home. 
 
Yoga allows me to breathe with an awareness  expanding  my trust and confidence to keep common back to stillness its this that I want to share with my students. 

 

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The Buddha reminds us of the right approach in his famous metaphor of the raft from the Majjhima Nikaya.

In it, he describes a situation, where a man standing on the near shore, which is dangerous, needs to get to the far shore, which is safe.

There are no bridges or ferries so he builds a raft; it is not fancy, but adequate to get him across. Once on that far shore it has served its purpose, and a wise man leaves it where it is, without dragging it with him as an encumbrance.

— Buddha